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i'm bernie sanders.this message, and i ask for your vote. live, always investigating, always on your side. news channel 5 starts now. good afternoon, everyone. beginning the broadcast with breaking news. the browns just announced that quarterback johnny manziel is no longer with the team. this comes after leaked videos of months of him partying. he has not been charged by police but the case
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the news of him being waived by the browns follows days of speculation that the team was hoping to pick up 49ers quarterback. he has expressed interest in playing for the browns. we'll have more on what the departure of johnny manziel means for the team. for firefighters in western areas of cuyahoga county it has been a long stretch. they're still recovering from a stressful 24 hours that began in an explosion in crocker park and then many of the same departments were called to a house fire in bay village. firefighters tells us two people were inside, one man made it out alive. the other person did not and was pronounced dead on the scene. >> i've done a number of fires like that but we all kind of
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stomach, you know, it's just sad to see. >> the identity of that person killed in that house fire has not been released publically but neighbors told us it was an elderly couple that lived in the house. as for the fire and explosion at crocker park we do not know specifically how it began. investigators on the scene right now trying to figure out what happened. this is what we do know, it was near two propane tanks outside the new american greetings headquarters in westlake that exploded. 250 workers were inside at the time and everyone got out safely. businesses and shops once again open today. well, we're looking at the weather for northeast ohio. we're open for business with maybe a little bit cool. >> yeah, we had the clouds around today as well. depending on where you are the temperatures will x-rayly differ. notice right now along the lakeshore we have the low clouds. you can see the key
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obscured from the low cloud deck, otherwise we're quiet, dry, under mostly cloudy skies but it is chilly only in the upper 30s in downtown cleveland. notice as you head inland we do get a little bit warmer. upper 30s, lower 40s through medina county. the clouds winning out. mostly cloudy skies. no rain . if we get anything it will be a random sprinkle otherwise we are dry and that will be the case today and much of your day tomorrow. notice as you head down towards canton a little bit of a break in the clouds down there at interstate 77 but the clouds socked in but here north and west there's your sunshine. now, i do expect erie county, lorain county to get some sunshine but i think interstate 71 and east will be socked in with the clouds for a good amount of time. warm south and west, cold north and east. we're going to tap into the warm air and it's going to stick
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upcoming weekend. hour by hour along the lakeshore we're in the 40s, lower 40s and falling into the 30s later on toned. we'll talk by the warming trend for the weekend and track your next chance at rain. all that coming up. >> thank you. well, this weeks marks the 29th anniversary of the sotvotny murder case. the police chief announced an increase in the award money for information leading to the arrest of her killer. it was march 13th, 1987, the 24-year old was found stabbed in her apartment. at today's news conference the chief said they've reopened the case and he's confident this case will be closed by the end of the year. the reward for information now sits at $10,000. the wayne county sheriff is missing girl. she's 14 years old and from wews. if you have any information you're asked to
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>> there are no details this afternoon on a major business story we are following. it's the purchase of first merit bank. huntington bank is planning to close 107 branches in our state. we have the story on the impact it would have for northeast ohio. >> reporter: almost half of the closures will be in northeast ohio that includes this branch just off of transportation boulevard. the announcement comes two months after a multi billion dollar deal was announced. 20 first merit and 8 locations set to shut down. officials say the branches will not close though until 2017. we're told all employees in good-standing will be offered jobs within the combined companies. the deal is expected to be finalized in the summer. we have a detailed list of the
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>> thanks for your report. the operators of an akron restaurant accused of tax fraud. reports a grand jury indicted the four men who run the royal buffet and grill in the chapel hill area of akron for underreporting sales. federal officials said that would result in a loss of more than 3 million i don't know dollars of federal income tax money. last may they were indicted on charges of harboring undocumented workers and paying them sub be standard wages. to cleveland. if all goes according to the plan a reality tee group plans to build the outlets at the site of the abandoned bridge view crossing north of i-480 at transportation boulevard. construction would begin next year with the mall splatted for opening in 2018. new first energy is announcing an ex explanation to
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the project includes installing new circuit breakers and electrical transformers. specialized equipment was also added. it will help enhance the reliability of the company's imprint in northeast ohio. ahead at the noon hour as we continue deadly floods prompting evacuations right now in louisiana, and more rain is on the way this weekend. >> also remember another natural disaster today is the 5th anniversary of the japanese earthquake. see how they're recovering. >> plus one final good-bye to
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parts of louisiana having a tough time of emergency deck later rations for areas with heavy flooding. the heavy rainfall continues this afternoon wore senting the flooding. the waves of storms pushing through and now blamed for the deaths of four people. >> a record amount of water flowing from the lake, roads going underwater, houses being cut off where people cannot go to and from. >> the governor of louisiana said emergency crews had to close so many roads because of the flooding that the road crews
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areas. in japan it was five years ago a deadly earthquake and tsunami hit so hard that it killed 18,000 people. japan marks this day five years later. it shock japan for nearly 6 minutes. the date was march 11th, 2011. this morning thousands of people thought of that time and observing add moment of silence at the time the earthquake struck. five years after the earthquake and tsunami 180,000 people still displaced because of that disseas officer. another natural disaster to report today this one in brazil, at least 15 people dead. heavy rains have battered the areas for days. officials shut down the international airport and the train service there. when we return to the news
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pace at the latest gop presidential debate. all right, a little battle going on right now we've got the cold air to the north and east this is winter kind of hanging on and we've got spring breaking out across the south and west. what's going to win as we head into the upcoming weekend? i'll
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and i ask for your vote. mourners will hit california this afternoon to remember the former first lady nancy reagan. her body will be laid to rest next to her husband later today. she died at the age of 94. she was in los angeles at the time of her passing. about 1,000 family members, friends, expected to attend today's funeral. >> she might not have been the president of the united states but ronald reagan couldn't have done what he did without her. so i think the public be owings her a debt a gratitude. >> earlier in the week the public had a chance to pay their
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here is a programming note are regarding today's episode of general hospital, today episode will air monday because of funeral coverage of nancy reagan today. new at the noon hour governor john kasich is preparing for the state of the state address in ohio. attendance will be limited in fact, so limited governor kasich's team is putting together a lottery for tickets. those who want to attend need to submit their names through the governor's office website by march 25th. it's not certain how many people will win tickets but in the past about 50 members of the public have gotten in. the governor was on the national stage during last night's debate. the final four took on a much more civil tone this time as they focused on political pitches instead of verbal punches. we have the
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>> reporter: no talks of hands, and no name calling at last night most civil gop debate. the republican presidential candidates in miami on the cusp of crucial primaries in florida and ohio focussing more on policy issues like social security. >> i will do everything in my power not to touch social security. >> we clearly have to control or borders we can't have people walking in. >> and how to handle violence in the middle east. >> we need to do whatever is necessary to defeat isis. >> all of the candidates appearing to be on their best presidential behavior. >> so far i cannot believe how civil it's been up here. >> trump was asked about his recent statement. >> did you mean all 1.6 billion muslims. >> i mean a lot of them. >> the problem is presidents can't say anything they want.
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>> trump put on the spot again asked about the recent violence at his campaign event. the question: is he encouraging this type of violence. >> i hope not. >> it's a beautiful thing in many respects but i do not condone that at all. >> cruz eager to take on trump and trump bracing for a contested convention. >> trump is expected to officially announce an endorsement from ben carson today. ahead of ohio's primary candidates from both parties schedule today make campaign stops here this weekend. tomorrow gop frontrunner donald trump is planning a 2 o'clock reallily at the ix center. hillary clinton is expected to speak in the clinton event will start at 4:00
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the governor will be in strongsville recreation saturday for a town hall. here we go we're navigating through believe it or not the final weekend i believe of very close. >> we're going towards spring, march 21st. march 20th so again this is the final, you know, the final leg of potential cold air. we can still get cold snaps. it's chilly out there right now. let's take a look outside. mostly cloudy currently, and notice the low cloud cover hanging over the sky scrapers of downtown. cleveland welcome folks in for the mid marriage conference basketball tournament downtown this weekend. 37 right now for downtown cleveland, no issues as far as travel goes. we're just mostly cloudy and chilly. that
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44. in fact it's the coolest day of the next 7. 38 strongsville, it mostly cloudy skies right now and that day. the sunshine is well to the west. notice it trying to poke in right now sunshine for detroit but we have a lot of low level moisture and it takes a lot to scour that out. this time of the year the sun angel helps, but again i don't think we're going to see a ton of sun today but the farther west you go i would suspect you have a pretty decent afternoon even with some nice sunsets too. so here we go cold versus warm who's going to win, it's all about competition here the same deal here in the weather at terne too. cold north and east. cold air right now is locked up up across canada. look at the
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west, that is going to be the weather for the upcoming weekend. saturday looks good too. so hour by hour take a look, notice temperatures again in the 40s for the most part, 30s for tonight. 30s along the lakeshore potentially hanging on. notice the big temperature difference, it's possible later this afternoon if we get some sunshine, otherwise most of us in the 40s. along the lakeshore only at 40. clear skies tonight chilly with lows in the 30s. some areas could be in the lower 30s. afternoon evening we're talking most likely after dinner time i should say for saturday better chance of rain sunday into monday. right now saint patrick's day cooling off to
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we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. well, what do you think about that weather? >> the closer to the lake the cooler it will be, if you go inland 45, 50 or so with increasing sunshine. don't are forget spring forward tomorrow night into sunday. best rain chance will arrive sunday and monday. look at the temperatures in the 60s. >> looks good and spring is knocking on the door. >> will we open it?
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hey, so hibernation isn't just for bears, many of us have been indoors all winter. we'll show you how to whiten your teeth and get ready for spring. i'm so glad you're here. i call myself a moma bear all the time. i've been eating all the chocolate. >> excuse me while i'm staining my teeth. >> this is great because it's about six months and once you're done with the first treatment the results last you up to six month the this is clinically
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your teeth in less than five minutes which is after the first use and six shades over 7 days. it's really incredible. >> so let me get this straight, six shades, 7 days. >> a shade a day i call it. during the day. >> it's a two step process. first step is the stain out swab the. you'll rub it on your teeth for two minutes and over that two minutes we lift the stains off our teeth, and at the same time we hydrate or enamel. and that's a make or break for a lot of people because the other problems they dehydrate. >> absolutely that's one of the is it being so sensitive. i'm not going to have that. so we do that for two minutes now, same process.
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